Cash Flow Calculations, Simplified

Posted by Mark Vega on 4/28/17 11:42 AM
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Topics: Accounting & Finance, How-To, Cash Flow

[Webinar]: Payments 101 with Square

Posted by Mark Vega on 3/1/17 9:33 AM


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Topics: Cash Flow, Finance, Webinar, Square

Four Questions Every Small Business Should Ask When Obtaining a Loan, Part 2

Posted by Breakout Capital on 1/24/17 3:27 PM

This entry is the second in a series presented by Breakout Capital, a technology enabled nationwide lender for small businesses with a focus on transparency, straight-forward working capital solutions, and doing what’s right for small business. This series is intended to provide education for small businesses on topics that are not only important, but rarely discussed.

Click here to read the first installment. 

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Topics: Small Business, Education, Lending, Finance, Tips, Loans

Four Questions Every Small Business Should Ask When Obtaining a Loan, Part 1

Posted by Breakout Capital on 1/18/17 2:56 PM

This entry is the first in a series presented by Breakout Capital, a technology enabled nationwide lender for small businesses with a focus on transparency, innovative lending, advocacy and borrower education. This series is intended to provide education for small businesses on topics that are crucially important, but rarely discussed.

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Topics: How-To, Small Business, Lending, Finance, Tips, Loans

How to Make Sure You Have a Clear Understanding of Your Core Customer

Posted by Ben Alisuag on 1/15/17 12:18 AM

Introduction

Understanding your core customers and their needs is the foundation of any marketing strategy. If you don’t know what makes your customer laugh or cry, then you haven’t done enough research to understand your audience. Why is this important? If you want to create effective advertisements, emails or social media content, then your messaging has to be on point.

Think about your customer’s needs and challenges in everything you do, from your website to your customer service experience.

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Topics: Marketing

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